It is no news that the National Democratic Congress and the New Patriotic Party are the two political parties that make politics in Ghana lively. One such evidence of this claim are the press conferences that are help during pre-election periods and post election periods. These periods are characterized by instant replies and reactions to each others press conferences.
Not long ago, the New Patriotic Party held a press conference and General Secretary, John Boadu was the one who spoke on behalf of the party. He levelled corruption some allegations against the former President, John Dramani Mahama. During the course of the week, American based journalist, Kelvin Taylor admonished the executives and communicators of the NDC not to in any way react to the John Boadu because the NPP planned on distracting the course of Mahama's thank you tour.
Not heeding to Kelvin Taylor's words, the NDC has organized a press conference and this time, the conference is meant to respond to the conference of the NPP on Mahama's comment on corruption, economic hardship amongst others.
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